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MyMoney Budget Demo

Create a budget to reach your financial goals.


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Congratulations! Now you know how to use the MyMoney budget tool.
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Step 1 Open the mobile app and log in.

When you enrolled in First Bank digital banking, you created a Login ID and Password. Enter that information in the corresponding boxes in the app and then tap the “Log In” button.

Step 2 Tap Financial Tools.

To access the MyMoney budget tool, tap on “Financial Tools” in the white bar.

Step 3 Tap Budget.

From the Financial Tools popup, select “Budget.”

Step 4 Tap Auto-generate Budgets or Start From Scratch.

Choose how you want to build your budget. If you prefer to build your own, click “Start From Scratch,” or choose “Auto-generate Budgets” if you want some help.

Step 5 Tap through categories to view budget details.

Tap on the spending categories for more information about each. You can use the default MyMoney categories or customize your own for expenses like dining out, gas, groceries, and more, to keep things organized in a way that works for you. These categories will help you track your spending as well as your progress on your budget each month.


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